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that's so jesus. it really is. painting the way i feel today, focus on what matters. apparently he painted this himself. he's almost as bad a painter as he is a boyfriend. [ laughter ] [ applause ] he sings, he paints, he punches people, he's a triple threat. and he's a regular threat. but he's a triple threat, too. you know, i hope this works out. you hate to see bad things happen to good people, but either way, chris brown's painting inspired me to make some art of my own tonight. art is for everyone. it's not just for artists. tonight i thought it would be fun to go on to hollywood boulevard and ask people passing by if they could draw their home state. the challenge we posed and the question we will ask tonight is "can you draw where you are from"? hey, sal. >> what's happening? >> jimmy: we have an easel, pens, paper. all we need are pedestrians.
go ahead and grab somebody off the street. okay, what is your name? >> hi, my name is jordan. >> where are you from? >> kentucky. >> oh, okay. kentucky is an interesting state. what's that in your ears there, jordan? >> i've got some opal stones. >> is that your birth stone? >> no. >> it looks terrific. do you think you can draw your state? the state of kentucky? >> well, the ohio river is pretty tough to draw -- >> jimmy: you don't have to draw top graphically, just the outline of the state. >> i can get the gist. >> jimmy: okay, get the gist. okay, jordan now. earrings. you don't expect that from kentucky. i don't know why. seems kind of like an l.a. thing to me. jordan is drawing kentucky. either that or -- okay. i'll be honest, i don't know what kentucky looks like. oh, that's not bad at all. that's pretty good. [ applause ] >> welcome to the prize globe.
take something. >> jimmy: put your hand in the globe and take out a prize. what kind of prize do you got there, jordan? >> oh, man. fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: nicely done. do we have another pedestrian there? all right. what is your name? >> hello. i'm mary mitchell. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> i'm from brooklyn, new york, where you're from. >> jimmy: oh, very nice. now, mary, do you think you could draw the state of new york? >> uh -- i don't know, i'll try. >> jimmy: all right, give it a try, mary. there's the pen. go ahead and draw it right there on that piece of paper. we'll take a look at it. we'll evaluate it. who knows, maybe you get to put your hand in the globe. all right. [ laughter ] >> florida-new york. >> jimmy: well, yours looks like a butcher knife.
but you know, we're going let you pull from the globe anyway. go ahead and pull the globe over there for mary. [ applause ] we'll check back in with -- let's see what mary got. you got some salt. iodized. we'll check back in with you a little bit later. in china, they're about to premiere a new sitcom. i didn't even know they had sitcoms on in china, but this sitcom is based on the show "friends." apparently the chinese saw how popular "friends" became in the united states and only 18 1/2 years later decided to make their own version of it. the chinese "friends" won't be called "friends," though. >> it will be called "six lazy people who do not respect the wishes of their elders." actually, it's called "planet home bodies." this is a shot from "planet homebodies." finally, we uncovered the elusive chinese david schwimmer. the show will not be a clone of
"friends." the woman who plays phoebe will not have a smelly cat. she'll have a cat that smells delicious. in fact, the only thing that they're really -- [ laughter ] copying -- [ applause ] thank you. from the original show, is the theme song. ♪ ♪ so no one told you you would work for zero pay ♪ ♪ you get no breaks for u. lfr and now you have to stay ♪ ♪ cause that new cell phone won't imaginally appear ♪ ♪ and you'll be stuck making them all day and all year ♪ ♪ because we'll be watching you ♪ ♪ every day of your life ♪ we'll be watching you ♪ we've got your children and your wife ♪ ♪ we'll be watching you ♪ now do your job and get to work ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: here's a funny thing some dumb people did. this was saturday in oakland. some guys -- i presume they're guys because women don't do stuff like this. stopped traffic on interstate 880 in the middle of the afternoon to spin doughnuts for several minutes on a public freeway. the traffic came to a complete stop. and they just kept doing this for -- this is why i've been pushing for a dedicated doughnut lane for years, folks. all the drivers got away. police are asking the public to help find them. the public is asking the police to go find them themselves. [ laughter ] meanwhile, a similar thing happened on the 10 freeway here in l.a. yesterday. an annual motorcycle event called the unity riders, all of a sudden as they stopped, there was a cloud of pink smoke. and one of the bikers then got down on his knee and proposed --
kind of a tough spot to say no, by the way, isn't it? [ laughter ] unfortunately, the bride was crushed by an oncoming semi. she will be missed. apple unveiled a new version of the ipad today. this ipad has all the same features as the last ipad plus more memory. not enough memory to help you remember you just bought a new ipad two months ago but more memory. it has double the storage capacity of the previous model. 128 gigabytes and it comes -- this is nice, it comes with a trash can for you to store all the ipads that you already have. at this point, i would like to have apple just set up a system where we send them a check for $700 every four to six months and just promise not to make new things. let's go back out to cousin sal on hollywood boulevard. hello there, what is your name? >> we got manti te'o with us. [ laughter ] and his girlfriend, too. wow, look at this. [ applause ]
what is your name? >> my name is joel. >> jimmy: say that again? >> joel. >> jimmy: joel, where are you from? >> illinois. >> jimmy: that explains the white sox jacket, i guess. do you have a shirt on under that jacket? >> yes, i do. >> jimmy: okay, all right. okay, joel. so you're from illinois. can you visualize what your state looks like? >> i think so. >> jimmy: okay, let's see you draw it. give you a pen, you get the drawing. are you an artist at all, joel? >> not at all. >> jimmy: let's see how you do. more like nevada. okay. that's not very good, joel. that's not very good. but you know, we're going let you draw from the globe anyway. let's be honest, we're giving out crap. joel, what did you get? yogurt?
>> it's an air freshener. >> jimmy: oh, an air freshener. >> enjoy. >> jimmy: let's do one more, sal. hi, what's your name? >> my name is micayla. >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good, how are you? >> jimmy: where are you from? i'm doing well. >> i am from dallas, texas. >> jimmy: do you live in dallas now? >> no, i don't. not right now. >> jimmy: what do you do for a living? >> right now, i am an entertainer. >> jimmy: what kind of entertainer? >> just a dancer, singer. i love to do that. >> jimmy: what kind of dancing and singing do you do? [ laughter ] >> i do kind of sexy burlesque kind of dancing. >> jimmy: oh, really? maybe you could do a little sexy burlesque dancing on my cousin sal? [ cheers and applause ] >> draw texas. >> jimmy: oh, texas. that's right. okay.
all right, after -- this is supposed to be texas? wow. it looks like your past. that's texas? [ laughter ] you know what? thank you. very nicely done. go ahead and draw something from the globe. we're going to take a quick break here. when we come back, a special super bowl edition of "eyewitness news." plus the kardashians, adam driver, and music from halestorm. so stick around. ,, [ nyquil bottle ] hey tylenol, you know we're kinda like twins. [ tylenol bottle ] we are?
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>> jimmy: hello there, welcome back. kim and kourtney kardashian, adam driver, and music from halestorm coming up. before that, my cousin sal is out here. who do you have there? >> hannah. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> arkansas! >> jimmy: can you draw arkansas? >> yes. >> jimmy: all right. give it a try. how did it go with the last gal there, sal? >> we sent her away. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, go ahead and give it a shot. and let's see. looking for arkansas here. >> all right. >> jimmy: you added a tab. there's no tab on arkansas. it's tabless. but i think that's good enough. >> put your hand in and grab a prize. >> jimmy: and what did you get?
>> that's the best yet. >> some magnetic clips. >> jimmy: very nice. see, this is why we shouldn't cut art programs from public schools. guillermo, how are you feeling? i was worried about you last night. [ cheers and applause ] not too good? >> not too good. >> jimmy: guillermo last night tweeted "getting sick, i feel terrible, and can someone bring me a chicken soup, please." are you all right? you realize twitter is not an online food delivery service? >> i know, but i was just feeling terrible. >> jimmy: and your inclination was to eat? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think we need to get you a butler to handle the little things. what do you say? >> yeah, yeah, that would be good. [ applause ] >> jimmy: two men in georgia are being accused of stealing $65,000 worth of frozen chicken wings. according to the police, the thieves drove a rental truck up to the loading dock of a cold storage facility and used the
forklift to load 26,000 pounds of wings into their truck. the men were arrested, but there's still no word on the whereabouts of the chicken. what do you do with 26,000 pounds of chicken wings? they're either planning a huge super bowl party or building the weirdest spaceship ever. on sunday, you know the san francisco 49ers face off against the baltimore ravens in new orleans in super bowl xlvii. beyonce will provide the halftime entertainment. by the way, if beyonce was planning to lip-synch at halftime, now she can't. there's no way. millions of americans and dozens of foreigners will gather in front of their tvs to watch the super bowl. it's one of the few events that everyone gets together to see. because everyone does, there's a lot of pressure to say you saw it. so with that in mind, i sent a camera out onto hollywood boulevard today and asked people if they watched the super bowl on sunday. and again, the super bowl doesn't happen until this sunday.
so unless they have a flux capacitor, they couldn't have seen it. but that doesn't mean they weren't able to weigh in on tonight's edition of "lie witness news." >> were you surprised by the outcome of the super bowl this past weekend? >> um, yeah. yes, i was. >> do you think that the ravens deserve the win, or that play there in the final seconds, do you think they were offsides? >> yeah, i was really rooting for the 49ers. because that's my home, but i mean, i was surprised at the outcome, but -- >> so it's kind of a bummer that the ravens won. >> yeah, it was a bummer. the last couple seconds did the ultimate bummer for me. >> were you surprised by the outcome of super bowl this weekend? >> i was actually astonished. i had my -- completely caught me off guard. >> so you expected the ravens to win? >> absolutely. i had all my money on it and i lost about 200 bucks.
>> you lost 200 bucks? >> yeah, i had a bet with my brother. i was all for the ravens. absolutely. >> what did you think of the super bowl this past weekend? >> i didn't watch it. i heard it was good. >> you heard it was good. >> do you know who won? >> the 49ers? >> that's right. and do you know who the 49ers beat? >> the timberwolves. >> that's correct. >> did ray lewis deserve the super bowl mvp which he won? >> definitely. i thought that before it even happened. we were all talking about it at work. we took a poll on it and we figured he was the one best deserving of it. >> he sure showed up to play, didn't he? >> he came to win, not just to play. >> he was like a man possessed out there, wasn't it? >> it was like another person in his body. if you want to put it that way. he was the team in his body. he wasn't the one person, he was the whole team. >> talk to me about the halftime show. do you think beyonce was lip-synching? >> yes. but she was great either way. i thought she did a good job.
>> did you like it when jay-z joined her onstage? >> yeah, for sure. that's perfect. that's good. it's a sonny and cher thing going. >> do you think it's right for them to bring out their baby like that? >> no, no. that's a little simba "lion king." >> it seemed like the speaker was really bothering the child. >> yes. >> what did you think about the oompa loompas running around on the stage? >> i thought it was awkward. not like her. i don't know what that was all about. >> it was like a willy wonka thing. >> it was really weird. >> do you know who is in the super bowl? >> the baltimore ravens and the 79ers? >> the 79ers, that's right. >> who do you think deserves to win, the ravens or the 79ers? >> the 79ers. >> are you glad the 79ers won? >> did they win? >> they did, yeah. >> oh, yeah. congratulations, 79ers, y'all earned it. [ applause ]
>> jimmy: this woman right here, one of the oompa loompas. [ cheers and applause ] let that be a lesson to you. honesty is always the best policy. no, she doesn't need a microphone. she's lied enough. we have a good show for you tonight. from "girls" on hbo, adam driver is here. we have music from halestorm. we'll be right back with kim, kourtney, and fetus kardashians. so stick around. ♪music playing
>> jimmy: tonight on the program from the very funny hbo show "girls" adam driver is with us. adam plays adam on the show. and our musical guest tonight is currently nominated for a grammy this is their album it's called "the strange case of" halestorm is here. tomorrow night we'll be joined by magic johnson. from the new zombie romance movie "warm bodies" nicholas hoult will be here. and we'll have music from antibalas.
and on thursday jennifer lawrence, katie couric, and music from tegan and sara. so join us then. [ applause ] our first guests tonight are like-lettered siblings who have conquered tabloids, twitter, and tv. you can watch them do everything and nothing at all at the same time on "kourtney and kim take miami." it airs sundays at 9 on e! please welcome kourtney and kim kardashian. [ cheers and applause ] first of all, congratulations on your impending motherhood, your impending aunthood. you must be very excited. >> thank you. so excited. >> thank you. >> jimmy: were you trying to get pregnant? was this something that you planned? >> i mean, we talked about it, but it was a nice surprise. >> jimmy: was it a surprise to kanye? well, he surprised you by announcing it at a concert, right? >> he did. i was like is he really singing what i think he's saying?
i was so confused. >> jimmy: and the audience immediately went crazy. kourtney, at that time, was that how you found out about the pregnancy? >> kim told me before that, luckily. >> jimmy: oh, good. >> and she tells me that she told me first, but she also told, like, everyone in my family. and would say "but nobody else knows." >> but i really did tell you first. >> no, wait, wait -- >> kanye, obviously i told him first. but i think mom i told first, first. >> what? >> jimmy: you were second first. you were third first. >> i'm sorry, you were first. i swear. >> but everyone that she told, she could tell kylie and be like nobody else knows, so don't tell a soul. then she told kendall. but nobody else knows. >> i told kendall on christmas eve. wait, she was last. >> jimmy: kendall was last? she'll be delighted to hear that. >> rob was last, last. kendall was last of the girls. >> jimmy: but rob doesn't care if he was last. >> for once, bruce wasn't last.
>> jimmy: oh, bruce wasn't last. bruce wasn't last at the olympics when he won a gold medal for the united states, which you guys seem to keep forgetting about. [ applause ] is kanye excited about being a dad? >> he is so excited. it's really cute how excited he is. >> jimmy: will hand-me-downs be accepted? for instance, if kourtney has stuff for the baby or is that out of the question? >> i have bins saved. >> i think she has a few key pieces, but if anyone knows kanye, they just know how into fashion he is, and i think he's going to have things like specially made. so i don't think hand-me-downs are going to work. i think it has to be really, really fun stuff. >> jimmy: these kids are going to have like jewelry on and stuff like that? >> yes. chains. >> chains. leather pants. >> jimmy: leather baby pants. wow. imagine crapping in something that expensive. [ laughter ] well, that's something. because for him, it's going to be like the kid going in the
american girl doll store, buying all the accessories and the whole thing. that's kind of crazy. >> or boy. >> jimmy: you don't know the sex yet, right? >> not yet. >> jimmy: can you find out the sex this early? >> i have, like, another week or two. >> jimmy: and will you find out? >> yes, for sure. i'm really excited to find out. >> jimmy: and then who will find out first? i mean like first, first. >> first, first is always kanye. and then it depends on which sister is with me. khloe hasn't been to the doctor with me yet, so i think she really wants to go, so i think i'll wait for her when her schedule is available and save that moment for khloe. >> jimmy: don't you think you guys should keep this quiet as to the sex of the baby and reveal it in a very special, you know, maybe some big breakdown? >> on jimmy kimmel? >> jimmy: or on one of your 30 shows you can reveal it on. >> we're trying to keep some details -- i don't know if we're going to tell anyone. >> jimmy: you don't know if you're going to tell anyone at
all? >> besides family. >> jimmy: and the baby. you should tell the baby what it is. will the baby get paid? >> our baby is not really on tv. it's not going to be on our show. >> jimmy: never? the baby is never going to be on the show? >> no, i don't think so. >> jimmy: what if the baby feels bad about being the only one left out? >> when the baby is old enough and he or she decides that's what they want to do, that will be a decision. but, i mean, it's hard because i love seeing mason and penelope on tv. mason is i think the highlight of our show, so it's a tough decision. but i think from the start, that's a personal choice that kanye and i have made. i know kourtney struggles with it all the time. some seasons the kids are on, sometimes they're not. so from the start we're going to try to keep it as private as possible. >> jimmy: what if the baby wants to release its own fragrance? will that be all right? is that okay? >> if that's what they want to do, i will support it. >> jimmy: does that make you feel that kim and kanye are
putting their baby on tv but you put yours on tv? >> like kim said, it's always a struggle because you want to do the best thing for your kids, but a lot of the times i feel like them being with their mom is the best thing. so it's a constant -- >> jimmy: plus, you're breast-feeding all the time. you did something horrible last week that i saw on the show. it was one of those, i was watching, i was like oh no, no, no! you know there are ointments for that sort of thing. not everything has to be natural. >> she was stealing it. >> do you know how much body makeup i had to put on to cover up psoriasis? >> luckily i can try it on my own. >> jimmy: there's a special place in hell for people who steal breast milk for their niece and nephew. >> she produces enough. >> jimmy: do you produce enough? >> i just wanted to make sure that this season, i was like a guaranteed sex icon.
>> that was the way to do it? >> so i just said if i squeeze breast milk and don't wear deodorant, that will happen. >> jimmy: deodorant has no effect. it's the whole squeezing breast milk on to your sister thing that is a little bit odd. >> she deserved it. >> jimmy: so everything is going great? you feel healthy? >> i feel really good. luckily, yeah. >> jimmy: when we come back, i have a special surprise for you. kim and kourtney kardashian are here, and there's a baby, too. we'll be right back.
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>> it is. i said it's such therapy because you're watching it and you're like ugh! >> have you been nicer to scott since you've watched how annoying you are to him? >> probably. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's a good question. have you really been? >> i have. >> jimmy: when you have an argument with somebody, it's like oh, i wish i had that on tape so you could look back and see what you just said. you have it all on tape. >> i have it. i get to tweet with people and then i see everyone's comments. like i love you, but you're the biggest bitch. people just write -- >> jimmy: i assume you've seen this. >> i saw that sitting on your desk. scott's first job posing on the cover of novels about horses. "taking chances." >> where did that come from? >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: may i ask, who is throwing the baby shower for kim? >> i don't know. probably me and khloe. >> jimmy: you need start thinking about this stuff because you obviously haven't been thinking about it.
i thought it would be nice to throw you kind of a mini baby shower on the show. [ cheers and applause ] we've got some virgin mimosas for you. >> thank you! >> jimmy: and a very special gift that i think is going to come in very handy. thank you, guillermo. this is the big book of baby names that start with k. and we go through here -- well, on this front page, you can write in your own. we have got katmandu. >> that's a good one. >> we got kite-runner. we got kiwi. we got kel. we got keenan. we got kredenza. you name it, they're all in here. "kourtney and kim take miami" airs sundays on e. we'll be right back with adam driver from "girls." ,,
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>> jimmy: still to come, music from halestorm. our next guest stars as the spring training shirtless and stalkery adam on one of the funniest shows on tv, "girls." airs opposite the kardashians sunday nights at 9:00 on hbo. please say hello to adam driver. [ cheers and applause ] how you doing, adam? >> i'm good, good. >> jimmy: come a little closer to me. we're so far apart. how you doing, everything all right? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i enjoy you on the show. i think you do a great job. >> oh, thanks. >> jimmy: a lot of people kind of hate you on the show.
probably because you're a good actor. well, your character started off kind of terrible. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then became pretty nice and knew is veering back into terrible again, as far as i can say. >> yeah. the response of, like, people on the street, i think when that show originally started was very aggressive. then it got less aggressive. >> jimmy: what do you mean aggressive? >> most people were like -- are you adam on "girls"? i'd say yeah. they'd be like oh, hey, you're a [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: nice. >> as the show went on, they wouldn't call me a [ bleep ] anymore. >> jimmy: that is nice. might be headed back in that direction. >> then they would wish me luck on the show. like they would say good luck on the show. >> jimmy: and that doesn't bother you at all? because your name is adam. the character is adam. >> it's jarring at first, but i got used it to. >> jimmy: yeah, i got used to it, too. it was unrelated, but people started calling me that early on. where are you from?
>> indiana by way of san diego. >> jimmy: indiana by way of san diego. you grew up in indiana? >> yeah. mishuaka. a small town. >> jimmy: how many people live there? >> about 50,000. i kept telling people it was a small town. i googled it. it's not a small town. it's a small city. >> jimmy: close enough. just never google it is the way to go. from there, you wanted to be an actor? was that your plan? >> yeah, i was interested in high school, i did plays. but then didn't seem like a realistic occupation. so september 11 happened and i joined the marine corps, and i went into the marine corps. >> jimmy: wow. why did you join the marine corps. based on the events of september 11? >> yeah, that had a bit to do with it. also had to do with nothing going on for me in indiana. like, i was working a bunch of small jobs, like selling vacuum cleaners. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: there are really
vacuum cleaner salesmen? >> yeah, i was awful at it. i tried to sell to people at my parents' church and no one would buy it. then september 11 happened, and all my friends thought it would be a good idea to join the military, but i was the only one that did. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: everyone backed snout. >> everyone's like oh, i got this good thing going with my uncle's lawn mower business. [ laughter ] i don't think i'm going to join. >> jimmy: so you were the only person who enlisted. >> only person in the marine corps specifically. everyone's like we'll do the air force. but no, everyone backed out. >> jimmy: so on that day you show up by yourself, which is a little weird. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and where do you report? >> well, i went to mcrd in san diego. they basically put you through the ringer. they process you, these little stations where they take all your civilian possessions away and put it in a box that you don't get until the end of boot camp. >> jimmy: they shave your head and everything like that. >> they shave your head. they take you to a different station, they put you in a line and they just have you basically
look at the back of someone's head for a couple hours and they start drilling you with all the -- don't touch your face, don't touch your head. >> jimmy: why don't touch your face and your head? >> they shave your head, but they're not barbers, it's like you and me, finding clippers. so people are like digging in and going really fast to get all the hairs. and this one guy in particular -- i don't know if he knew that he had a mole on his head, but they just kept -- >> jimmy: oh, no. >> pulled out his mole, so he was bleeding. and screaming. and everyone in line -- you couldn't touch your face, so everyone is suddenly trying to do a head check. >> jimmy: to see if they have moles? >> to see if they had moles. you're so close to people in the back that you want to do people a favor by checking the back of their head. and people come around smacking your arms like don't touch your head. >> jimmy: and how long were you in the marine corps? >> for a little over two years. >> jimmy: and you went from the
marine corps to juilliard? >> yeah, to juilliard. >> jimmy: has anyone ever done that before? >> no, no. >> jimmy: how did you wind up doing that? >> i don't know. it seemed like -- i was interested in it before. then in the marine corps, you kind of have things taken away from you and it becomes very clear what you want to do when you have your freedom again. juilliard is supposed to be the best school, i'll just audition there. >> jimmy: and you did. and you got right in. >> yeah. >> jimmy: was that a difficult transition for you to make from the marine corps to juilliard? >> yeah, just learning how to be a civilian again and talk to people less aggressively. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> not meaning to make people cry. >> jimmy: were you making people cry? >> yeah, all the time and i didn't mean to. we'd have movement class where we'd have to be a butterfly. >> jimmy: this is in juilliard, right? okay.
>> and so we'd have yoga mats and one guy would -- he used my mat. like his -- >> jimmy: he used your yoga mat? >> and his juices -- so we just had a conversation about it. afterwards. and it got intense and he would cry. i'm not an aggressive person. i think it just happened. i just wasn't used to being nice. >> jimmy: you were used to being surrounded by marines, not acting students. yes. and your buddies from the marine corps, do they watch you now on the show? >> they do. they followed things before "girls" and they were really excited about it. and they were excited that "girls" was going to happen, but they were just like i can't see you naked anymore. >> jimmy: you are naked a lot on the show. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and they hadn't been seeing you naked just living together? >> no, it was just like -- yeah, i guess so. [ laughter ] something about it being on tv.
>> jimmy: sexual situations is a little bit different. well, fantastic. i think the show is great. >> thanks. >> jimmy: i think you do a really great job. really enjoying it. you got picked up for a third season. do you have any idea -- like, we don't know story line, if you and hannah will break up, or if you'll be on next season? >> i don't know. as they come along. >> jimmy: don't make anybody cry, i think that's the thing. well, thank you very much for coming on. "girls" is on hbo sunday nights at 9:00. adam driver, everybody. we'll be right back with music from halestorm.
♪ one two one two one two three four ♪ ♪ don't listen what your girlfriend says she reads those magazines that say you fail the test ♪ ♪ you don't have what she needs i slither like a viper and get you by the neck ♪ ♪ i know a thousand ways to help you forget about her that bitch can ♪ ♪ eat her heart out love bites but so do i so do i ♪ ♪ love bites but so do i so do i love bites ♪ ♪ my lips are pale and vicious you're foaming at the mouth ♪ ♪ you've suffered in the darkness i'll suck the pain right out so come and taste ♪ ♪ the reason i'm nothing like the rest i'll kiss you in a way you'll never forget ♪
♪ about me that chick can eat her heart out love bites ♪ ♪ but so do i so do i love bites but so do i ♪ ♪ so do i so do i it tucks you in and kicks you down ♪ ♪ it chews you up and spits you out it messes with your sanity by ♪ ♪ twisting all your thoughts around they say its blind they say it waits ♪ ♪ but every time it seals your fate and now it's got you by the balls ♪ ♪ it won't let go until you fall i was down and i got up i said hey love ♪ ♪ i've had enough i've found pleasure without pain my soul you'll never take ♪